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Autologous amnion graft for repair of myelomeningocele: technical note and clinical implication

Autologous amnion graft for repair of myelomeningocele: technical note and clinical implication

Mitsuhiro Hasegawa, Hironori Fujisawa, Yutaka Hayashi, Junkoh Yamashita 20 May 2004

Journal of Clinical Neuroscience (2004) 11(4), 408–411

Amniotic membrane can be used as autologous reconstruction graft material when aseptically obtained. We introduce here a novel repair technique using autologous amnion graft, and report a case presentation of myelomeningocele successfully treated with this graft material.

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Spinal duraplasty with two novel substitutes restored locomotor function after acute laceration spinal cord injury in rats

Spinal duraplasty with two novel substitutes restored locomotor function after acute laceration spinal cord injury in rats

Hongsheng Liang, Changyu Li, Aili Gao, Peng Liang, Yongxiang Shao, Tie Lin, Xiangtong Zhang 20 May 2015

WILEY PERIODICALS, 2012

A dural tear is a common complication after acute laceration spinal cord injury (ALSCI). An unrepaired dural tear is associated with poor locomotor functional recovery. Spinal duraplasty with biomaterials may promote functional recovery in ALSCI. However, an ideal dural substitute has not yet been found. In this work, we investigated the possibility of using a denuded human amniotic membrane (DHAM) or DHAM seeded on bone marrow stromal cells (DHAM–BMSCs) as duraplasty biomaterials                                                         

              

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